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Redlands, California
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Local Notes W«tch For Grand Opening Of President Homes on Coun try Club Drive. Redlands* Finest! x New Car Announcement Lease 1964 Mercury, get free maintenance up to 40,000 miles. Ask Leo Crane at Jim Glaze Leasing. 793-2141 or 793-4772 (eves.). We lease all makes, x Hubcaps Stolen Four chrome knockoff hub caps valued at S24 were taken from a car owned by Richard D. Turpin, 1323 Clay street sometime last night according to a police report. Under New Management! Basket 0' Beauty. 1154 Brookside Ave. For your appointment call Charles, Kathy, Dot. Karen, Louise, Ivy, Geneva or Blanche, 793-5585. x Expert Bicycle Repairing Used bicycles. Christmas trade-ins from S9.95 up. Pratt Bros. 651 E. Citrus. x Fire Damage A pan of grease burst into flame at the home of Marvin Van Wieren, 825 Church street at 5:02 p.m. yesterday causing $400 worth of damage to t h e stove and hood, according to the fire department. Now Selling Our Rental skis with safely bindings. $9.95 to $16.95. Pratt Bros., 651 E. Citrus. x 1 Senior Portraits by Armand j Don't be left out of the Makio! Make your appointment immediately with Armand. Phone 7924405. x Hot Motor Firemen conducted a smoke investigation at the home of James A. Quinville, 301 Westwood lane at 8:34 p.m. last night and found an overheated washing machine motor. No other damage occurred. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., Jan. 15, 1964 - 5 Boundary changes under study for Junior highs By RICHARD D. WEST inorth of a line not yet deter- A bold plan to carve the Red-j mined which will either be Cit- its comments, suggestions orlands Unified School district in-rus or Colton or a mid- criticisms to the City Councilito three parts for Junior high; way point, on the proposed Tennessee frec-jschool attendance areas, with-j SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH way agreement, according tojout specific regard to prescnt| _ AM students in the Mariposa the published agenda. (elementary school boundaries.lelementary district and all Kim- This will be one of four itemslwas reported to School Trusteesjberly students who live east of for the commission to discusslast night by Supt. H. Fred.'Garden. during its 2 p.m. session tomor-JHeisner. i _xhose few Kingsbury stu- Tennessee street freeway item faces commission The City Traffic commission will be asked tomorrow to- give row in Safety Hall, 212 Brookside. Listed in order are the following items (Tennessee freeway is first): —Request for loading zone in front of Turner's Carpet shop. 117 N. Fourth street. —Request from Floyd Allen, principal, for a bus loading zone The plan would be on a geo-! dents who live south of Palm graphic basis and. for the first , an d east of Cajon. time, would divide students wbo ; —Almost all Crafton students, now attend Kimberly, Kings-Depending upon the Citrus-Colbury. Franklin and possibly ;ton boundary which will be part of Crafton elementaryjjietermined by student popula- schools. ition counts. No action was taken by Trus-j —Those Franklin students tees last night since the pro-j who live south of the proposed posal was presented only on the i Citrus and Colton boundary- on San Mateo street adjacent!basis of "criteria" and was notj the above boundary changes to Smiley elementary school, ia form recommendation. ; are the ultimate goal and, of —Request for a traffic study! The specific proposal, docu-lcourse, all fictitious until the of the Buena Vista - Glenwoodimentcd with the numbers of; new Southeast Junior high is drive intersection because ofjstudents involved, will be pre-! 0 pened in the fall of 1966. sight hazard. "Only One Redlands" Dr. Lawrence Nelson's Dia-| FOR ANOTHER SCHOOL - Redlands trustees last night optioned a site for a new elementary school, as located in this aerial photograph. The 10 acre grove faces Highland avenue, west from the five-point intersection of Lincoln, Redlands and Highland. (Redlands street, here, is not to be con­ fused with Redlands boulevard, or Old Highway 99). Elementary site is adjacent to land purchased for a southeast Redlands Junior High school. New schools ore being planned because of rapid tract building in that district. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Trustees option site for elementary school An option to purchase a new 10-acre elementary school site . i_ •, . , . . D . .on the south side of East High mond Jubilee book about Red-, , aud ayenue at Lincoln street lands now on sale at Redlands {ex(ended was ^ b Daily Facts. Brookside and Cen-L , j Trustecs last m - ht ten Hardbacks $o, paperbacks F t £ better term $2. All proceeds go for benefit 1 of Redlands Bowl concerts. Food Center Manning's Beef Finest ever. 118 E. Redlands Blvd. Delivery service available. Phone 793-5371. Ransom Funeral Funeral services for Dr. Giles A. Hansom were held Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel. Rev. Raymond I. Brahams, pastor of at this time, it has been called t h e "southeast" elementary school. If the district elects to exercise the option within the next 75 days, the property now in citrus, will be purchased for $11,000 per acre. In addition, the schools have agreed to provide curbs, gutters, lights and partial paving, as required. Supt. II. Fred Heisner said the Highland ^Park^ Presbyter-j (he property is almost ideally located if the circle method of choosing school sites is utilized. While the specific location of ian church officiated. Remains forwarded to Caledonia, Minn, for services and burial. Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary in charge. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Jan. 15 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: a new elementary school in this area had not previously been discussed. Dr. Heisner said "we were working on it all the time we were looking at locations for the southeast junior high." The new elementary site was described as being one-fourth mile from ihe new south- cast junior high but the two sites actually touch at the southeast corner. Plans for development of an elementary school in this general location are not new since $400,000 was allocated to this project in the $6.5 million school construction bond issue approved by voters in October. As proposed in the bond issue, this elementary school would not be constructed to full capacity within the next five- year period. i Instead, it would be built to! Eight permits issued for Yucaipa buildings A total of $49,099 in San Ber nardino county building permits were issued recently for struc- take care of approximately 330 pupils or half of planned capacity. This new school is now in the middle of citrus property buti turcs m the Yucaipa area virtually all adjoining lands have been purchased by subdivides and extensive development is expected in the near future. The Crafton elementary school is the nearest existing school to this general area at! Hunt sells parcel in Wildwood canyon sented for adoption by the Trus-: But. basically, the attempt is tees at their next meeting t0 create this southeast district which will be on Thursday. eve-! n0 w but have those pupils at- mng. Jan. 30, instead of Tues-: te nd classes at what is now the largest permit was issued to Robert and Donna Secgcr, owners, 12358 First street, Yucaipa for a 1120 square foot frame and stucco dwelling on Tennessee street. Permit value was $10,065 for Yucaipa rancher Vernon Hunt has sold a 55-acre parcel jimpendin of his Wildwood Canyon property to a Pasadena corporation, it was learned today. Internal Revenue stamps indicated that the A.S.D. corpora' tion of Pasadena paid approxi mately $110,000 for the property on the south side of Wildwood Canyon road. The sale does not include the five-acre Camp Hunt property leased to the Grayback Council Boy Scouts of America of Red lands. In another large land sale , filed with County Recorder Ted Tk'iR. Carpenter, an estimated 160 day. Changes Discussed The boundary changes have jbeen discussed for some time because of the activation of thejwiji attend Redlands Junior [new Clement Junior high next'high in 1964-65 and 1965-66. 'fall, the overcrowded conditions) for next vear there will be at Cope Junior high and the; no ninth grade at Clement so Redlands Junior high school plant. Thus, all those students listed under Southeast Junior high, the present time but four new I 'ho Seeger house. Arinda Con classrooms will have to be built I stmction Company is the this spring and fall to accom- 1 builder. Other permits issued modatc enrollment already anticipated. include: owner, Fred a $9,790 R. Rickborn, permit for a No schedule for development j 1040 square foot stucco dwelling of the new elementary school ion Bella Vista. Billy W. Sim has been set but it is expected that plans will be prepared so that the classrooms can be ready when the area needs them. Rest stop for riders, horses win approval A public rest stop for horse ! riders will be created near Sun- 48s 56$ 72s 88s | se t and Edgemont when a 15- First grade ...4.22 4.43 3.97 3.77ji 0 t subdivision approved by the Second grade..2.78 2.68 2.76 2.80jpi a nning Commission yesterday 113s 133s 163s ISOsjis developed First grade...3.76 3.45 2.84 2.43 Second grade..2.95 2.50 2.25 Trend: About steady. NEW YORK (UPI)—Citrus re-, port: California Navels: lOVi cars, half boxes $3.30. Weather Dee. IS . Dec. J6 .. Dec. 17 .. Dec 18 . Dec 19 . Dec 20 . Dec 21 . Dec 22 .. Dec 23 . Dec 24 . Dec. 25 .. Dec 26 .. Dec. 27 _ Dec. 28 _ Dec. 29 _ Dec 30 .. Dec. 31 .. Jan. 1 ~Jan. 2 Jan. 3 .... Jan. 4 71 Jan. 5 69 Jan. « 67 Jan. 7 67 Jan. 8 _ 62 Jan. 9 _ _ 65 Jan. 10 - 62 Jan. 11 60 Jan. 12 64 Jan. 13 63 Jan. 14 _ 56 Jan. 15 „ - 67 70 72 73 71 64 .. _ 65 67 _ _ 66 71 74 66 73 _ 76 81 ~~ "b _ 80 _ 84 71 . 70 Rainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Bours .13 son 39 39 40 40 39 37 41 35 36 36 36 40 47 49 45 40 45 41 4.1 35 41 37 38 38 32 33 33 33 31 33 38 Rest facilities and a horse watering trough are to be constructed adjacent to a large water tank on the 11-acre tract at the northwest corner of Sunset and EdgemonL Redlands Realtor John Foy, one of four owners, presented the unique subdivision which features a horse corral owned in common by the residents of the tract. Thirteen of the 15 lots will be sold as home sites. A caretaker's residence will be constructed on one of the remaining lots and the other lot will be used as the corral and pasture. Foy informed the commission that irrigation water stored in the water tank will be used to sprinkle the corral "green belt." Each of the residential 1 o t owners will be allowed to stable a maximum of two horses in the corral. On other matters, the Commission took the following actions: —Adopted a resolution recommending that the City Council adopt a zoning ordinance amendment permitting building projections into the required rear yard area under certain conditions in the single family residential district. —At the applicant's request, tabled action on a home occupation permit to allow Margaret Schriner to do public typist work in her residence at 834 College avenue. Dallas Exacts WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday) at Facia building, 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands. California. Founded October 23, 1890, 74th year. Entered a* second class matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of March 3. 1B78. SUBSCRIPTION RATE iln Advancei By Carrier DelWery One Month I 1.50 Three Months 4.5(1 Six Months . 8.30 Ona Year 16.40 One Month One Tear _ By Mail ..* J.50 _ 18.00 Planners deny apartment alteration City planners yesterday re 'fused to allow the conversion of jan apartment building at 16 North San Mateo to a retire ment home for senior citizens. The Planning Commission de nied the application of John C Clark, Arlington, for a condition al use permit to convert the apartments into a retirement home for 20 persons. Commissioner J. S. Prendergast called for the denial on the grounds that off-street parking requirements could not be met and that it was questionable whether the zoning ordinance permits such a use in the R-2 multiple residential zone. He noted that the proposed retirement home comes close tc being a boarding house, which is allowed only in the R-3 multiple residential district. REDLANDS AWNING & AUTO UPHOLSTERY NOW OPEN 416 ORANGE STREET (Next Door to Russell De Graaf Scrv. Sta.) * Auto Seats and Tops * Aluminum Awnings * Recovering Patio Furniture PHONE 792-2752 (Owned & Operated by Bill Earhart) N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI)—Cigarettes and airlines weakened and entertainments and broadcasting stocks firmed in today's mixed and active stock market. Cigarette stocks have been slightly lower ever since the public health service report linking smoking to cancer. Liggett & Myers, Lorillard, American Tobacco, Philip Morris and Reynolds were all off small fractions to around a point Cigar stocks continued their uptrend, paced by General Cigar. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Lew Close Chgs. 30 ind 779.63 768.55 774.00 off 0.49 20 rrs 182.01180.10181.00 off 0.07 15 utl 141.37 139.80 140.60 unchgd. 65 Stk 273.62 270.14 271.84 Off 0.13 Sales today were about.6.75 million shares, compared with 6.5 million shares Tuesday. IS Most Active Stocks (Dow-Jones Service, Cearfety Lester, Byons * Co.) !M E. State Volume Closa Char. no.fioo Parke Davis — 36!« JO'S.BOO Xerox ... . 9! ICS.200 Tektronix :s 4 -1 104.000 Chrysler (new>.._ <I'i -ni 101,000 RCA. , ] 101'k -3>» 91.100 Ankea Cbem. 13'i + V, KM 00 Food Fair 20' a 80.100 Con. EL Ind 49 'i +61, 7)„1l)0 Cont. Air. i:*» + "i K.000 Burl. Ind. 4H» + '» 84,100 Penna. R.R, 5« + «. 5X..100 Sperry Rand 19H - H SK.OOO Reynolds Mils. — 37 - J i .VS .00O East. Air. XJ + 'i 53.700 + »i Vital Records BIRTHS FOLEY — Born, a son, Mark Austin, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Foley (Patricia Park) of Lafayette, Calif., Jan. 15, 1964, at Merritt General hos pital in Berkeley. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Austin T. Park, 824 Hibiscus drive. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Josephine Foley of Albany, Calif. Marriage Licenses Issued HIGGINS-MOORE — Donald L. Higgins. 20. and Faye Marie Moore, 16; both Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) DEATHS NASH — Died in San Bernardino, Calif., January 14, 1964, Mrs. Lula Ann Nash, 412 High avenue, Redlands, aged 84 years, native of Norfolk, Virginia, and resident of Redlands for 63 years. Graveside services will be held Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park. Rev. John de Boer Cummings, pastor of the Trinity Episcopal church, officiating. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. THURSTON — Died in Men-j tone, Calif., Jan. 14, 1964, Mrs. Burtha M. Thurston, 609| West Colton avenue, Redlands, aged 93 years, native of Sweden, and resident of Redlands for 5 years. Graveside services will be held Friday afternoon at o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park, with Mrs. Henry Schlag, a reader of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, officiating. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. CROSSNO — Died in Loma Linda, Calif., Jan. 14, 19G4. Othal Clayton Crossno, 29395 Car oline street, aged 55 years, native of Arkansas and resident of Loma Linda for 22 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mazie; four sons. Dale, Ronald and Gary, all of San Bernardino, and Robert Crossno of Colton; seven grandsons two sisters, Mrs. Inez Jenkins of Texas and Mrs. Mabel Boyd of Arkansas; and his step-moth er, Mrs. Walter Crossno of Ar kansas. Funeral services will be FIT day at 11 a.m. at the Knopsyn der Mortuary in Colton; Pastor J. M. Steddum of the Redlands Emmanuel Missionary Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park. HOME OWNERS PAINT STORE Discount Paint Store 9 W. Statt, Redlands mons builder. Calimesa Plaza Inc.. owner, a S10.000 permit for a 30 by 80 foot masonry retail store at 34078 County Line Road, Calimesa. Smith Construction Co., builder. H. L. .Moody, owner and builder, 33142 Avenue E. Yucaipa, a $8,227 permit for a 996 square foot stucco dwelling on 12th street, Yucaipa. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whittier, acres on Oak Glen road, about two miles east of Bryant street, was sold to a San Bernardino couple by Charles L. Curtis. Purchasers were listed as Clyde W. and Viola Florence Burton. Indicated price amounted to at least $72,000. Final rites set for Louis Schatz Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Stephens and Bobbitt Mortuary in San Bernardino for Louis Schatz, 73. resident of Highland and father of Leo A Schatz of Redlands, who died here early yesterday morning. Mr. Schatz, retired, came to this area in 1950 from Council Bluffs. Iowa, and was a mem . ..., ber of the Redlands Elks lodge owners and builders, a 58.115 He was bonl in Ger many. permit for a 742 square foot In addition to ^ Mn • Red . frame dwelling at 38095 Oak Glen Road, Yucaipa. First Baptist Church, owner, 32360 Avenue E, Yucaipa, a $2,902 permit for a 356 square foot church addition. W. T. Lovelace, builder. A Riverside County permit was issued to Signal Oil Company, owner, for construction of a service station and canopy at 905 Calimesa, Calimesa. Permit value of the 960 square foot structure is $15,000. Madison Builders Inc., will construct the station. COLD STATISTICS NEW YORK (UPI) — Cities and states spend 25 to 50 per cent of their total street maintenance budget for snow and ice removal, according to the Calcium Chloride Institute. Air Force opens commissions to attorneys The Air Force has announced that a special program has been instituted to meet the rising demand for legal officers. The U. S. Air Force Judge Advocate General Commissioning Program, is now offering direct commissions in the grade of first lieutenant through colonel, depending on the indi viduals age, education, and ex perience. According to Master Sergeant Ray McEwen, local Air Force recruiter, applicants for com missions must be graduates of an accredited law school and be members of the bar of a Federal Court or of the highest court in a state. Senior students of an accredited law school may apply up to 90 days prior to graduation, but documentary evidence of graduation and admission to the bar must be submitted before final acceptance can be made. Accepted applicants attend a four week basic legal officer orientation course at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex as prior to a regular duty assignment. The minimum tour of active duty is three years. Interested lawyers who desire to combine a challenging professional practice with adventurous world travel are invited to contact Sergeant McEwen at the Air Force Recruiting Office, 327 Court street in San Bernardino, or telephone TU 9-7555 for further detailed information. lands, he leaves a daughter, Hel en (Mrs. Keith) Roddick of Highland; four grandchildren and a brother, Albert Schatz of Santa Monica. Rev. John Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran construction of the new southeast junior high. Trustees just last night approved the employment of Redlands Architect C. Paul Ulmer for development of the new southeast junior high and set 1966 as the target date for its opening. Here is a brief sketch of who will attend what junior high schools in the future as tentatively proposed at last night's board session: COPE JUNIOR HIGH —All students in the Smiley, Lincoln and McKinley elementary schools. —All students in district with the exception of those living south of Palm and east of Cajon. —All students in the Kimberly district who live west of Garden street. CLEMENT JUNIOR HIGH —All students in the Lugonia. Cram and Mentone Elementary districts. all present eighth grade students at Redlands Junior high will complete their ninth grade in their present school. And all present eighth graders at Cope will complete ninth grade there. The other exception is in the Kimberly area. Next year only, students who live in the triangular area west of Franklin, Sunset and Ford will continue to go to Cope even though this area will eventually be part of the Southeast district. Dr. Heisner explained that the reason for this is that not all those students can be accommodated at Redlands Jun- Kingsburyjior high since it is planned to hold the 7th and 8th grades there to 125 students each during the next two years. It is this 125-student limitation which is also to be the determining factor in the Colton- Citrus dividing line between Clement and Southeast. The final decision will be ,'based on actual pupil counts in —Students in Franklin district i the areas involved. Redlands Adult School Business courses to be offered Several Adult classes may be of particular interest for the businessman, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. Arithmetic for the Businessman will cover the following: pricing, percent, decimals and common fractions, formulas and a review of the fundamentals of Arithmetic. The 8-week course Education, This class will meet on Wednesday, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. and will start on April 15. A 17-week class in the Fundamentals of Salesmanship will be given on Thursdays, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. in Room 21, at the Redlands High School campus. Topics will include what is salesmanship, how and why church of Redlands, will officiate i at the Rolands High School at tomorrow's services. Inter-jcampus, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. class is' people buy ' tne a PP roacn - sale s scheduled to start on Wednes .i demons £ a " on ' sa , Ies . resistance, day, February 5, in Room 21, S" ce , °- J ' closmg tte sale ,f «,„ r»^io„^, Tt;„u c ^r. Idevelopin ment will be in Mt. View cemetery in San Bernardino. The family suggests that, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the building fund of the First Evangelical Lutheran church. Small Business Management is an 8-week course to cover the following topics: management ratios, legal organizations, de- new business and the salesman's responsibilities. Each of the above classes will be under the direction of William A. Price. Mr. Price has been a management con- Mentone C of C plans Teen dance A Teenage dance will be held at the Mentone School on Crafton avenue Saturday night un der the sponsorship of the Men tone Chamber of Commerce, it was announced today. Teenagers can dance in t h e school's all-purpose room from 8 p.m. to midnight to the music of the Truants. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Jan. 13 (UPD — Eggs: Prices to retailers fob. distributor plants 'delivered l ] a cents highen: AA extra Iarga 47'i-51*4. A extra large 40*i-44Ji. AA large 39'i-H'i. A large MVi-33'i. B large M'-i-SS 'i. AA medium K'i-JMi. A medium 36' 3 -37^. AA smaU 31Vs- 34',. A small 29ti-30 '3. Prices to consumers: AA large 5353, A large 51-54. AA medium 50-54. A medium 48-52, AA smaU 44-49 A smalt 41-45. Poultry: Fryers at ranch 16-19, light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.45, hens cross 4'i-e^i wtd. mvg. 5.42; turkeys: young hens 24^4-25. young toms 20 under 28 lbs.. 20'b-21 over 28 lbs. INSURANCE AETNA C & S CO. EMPLOYER'S GROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "YOUR PROTECTION IS MY BUSINESS" JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 114 8th Strwt Rtdlands termination of break-even point> uI,ant ,! nd , wa * als( L raana g crI record keeping, government reg.i for a Construct ^ Council of ulations and taxes. $50 taken in Yucaipa burglary Burglars entered the Pantor- ium Cleaners last night in Yu caipa and took $50 from the cash register, according to the Yucaipa Sheriffs substation. The theft at the cleaning establishment at 34838 Yucaipa boulevard was discovered by Deputies Jackson and Anton while on routine patrol at 12:45 a.m. today. The thieves had used a hack saw to cut through a wood bar that held the rear door closed. Announcement of Services GAGE, Herbert G. 10:00 a.m. Thursday Redlands Chapel SHIPMAN, Mrs. Olive 2:00 p.m. Thursday Valley Chapel Loma Linda Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVt. 773-2441 Contractors. He had several years of selling experience with Burroughs Adding Machine Company and Encyclopedia Bti- tannica. He has a degree in law from the Chattenooga College of Law. The basic registration fee i* S3.50 plus additional class fees of 50 cents to SI.00. For further information phone 793-2256. Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. LULA ANN NASH Graveside services 10:30 a.m., Thursday, at Hillside Memorial Park. WILLIAM O. HALLETT Services 2:00 p.m., Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MRS. BURTHA M. THURSTON Graveside services 2 p.m., Friday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. MARY HENRY Services pending. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE JUL • Ft 2-1111

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